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of lieutenant cmdr wesley brown. brown was a standout student and athlete in graduated in 1949. he was born here in baltimore. in may 2008, the academy named its new field house after him. lieutenant cmdr wesley brown was 85 years old. still ahead, safety concerns regarding a new type of laundry detergent. details in consumer alert. plus, if you plan on boarding a flight earlier because of your children, that might soon change. first, his disappearance changed the way we searched for missing children. now word of a confession in a 30-year-old case. and dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions. you can e-mail your questions to petquestions@wbaltv.com. >> a semi truck driver is dead after slamming to a home in suburban chicago. it crashed into the home early thursday morning. the trailer flipped onto a car with two passengers inside were not hurt. a passenger inside the semi truck survived the crash. there is no word on what caused the driver to lose control. there are new developments in the case of a new york city boy who went missing more than three decades ago. new york city police
. cyril cornelius williams was sentenced for the june shooting of trooper wesley brown. brown was working at a part time -- as a part-time security officer at an apple these -- applebee's. a pedestrian is struck and killed in baltimore last night. it happened in southwest baltimore. the victim was found at the scene and responsive. no word on who was at fault for the accident. public safety comes to the forefront of the bay between city council members and the city's fire chief. the budget proposal includes the closures of three fire companies for good. the fire chief says that this is a -- simply a reallocation of sources that will increase stability in the department and would not have an negative impact on response times, but some city council members disagree. >> we have to identify where in the city we can cover the best, identify a company and taken out of the system and quick rotating closures. >> it is not that much money. we cut the taxes. we can pay to protect the houses that we just lowered the taxes for. >> closures are slated to go into effect july 1. an act of forgiveness fr
water reddish brown. warm winter and heavy rains last year washed pollution into the bay. in the "medical alert," your skin could save your heart. researchers in israel have taken at skin cells from heart failure patients and program them into new heart muscle cells, which are able to fuse with existing heart tissue and repair damage and a the most -- the oldest and most advanced patients. there is little chance of the immune system rejecting them, but it could take at least 10 years before clinical trials began. good news for coffee drinkers -- i love it reports like this. a new 13-year study shows that coffee drinkers could live longer than those who do not indulge in a daily cup of joe. >> americans love their jolt of java. new research from the national institutes of health and aarp showed that two, three, up to 6 c. a day could be good for you. >> anybody who drinks up to six cups a day is welcome here, for short. >> researchers over 13 years studied coffee habits of over 14,000 people between ages 50 and 71 and found that men who drank 6 c. of coffee a day had a 10%
to remedy the brown spots on my rosebush? >> if there are a lot of good products out there. and this has a fungicide, insecticide. ? if you want to go organic, there are different things. this takes care a lot of these things. for the earlier the better. >> to coffee grounds help plants? >> they give them a source of some nutrient. >> don't over do it. >> i have a lilac bush, three years in the ground. what should i do? >> like like to have a lot of sun. you can put a lot of thin air around the base of the planned. but this is something high in the system. this will help to get the blossoms to boost. >> ok, excellent. thank you so much for being here. if you have any plan or gardening questions, you can send them to us. wbaltv.com and click on "family ." you can also send us your letters. coming up next, your maryland lottery pick three and pot four numbers. numbers. we will get a i'm sticky and uncomfortable. try gold bond powder. medicated to protect, absorb, even relieve itching. think bond. gold bond. ♪ this stuff works >> one person has been killed, others were injured in a multi
is believed to be in his 20s with short brown hair and moustache. if anyone with information is 6 asked to call metro crime stoppers. closing arguments scheduled today in the trial of the man charged in a murder for hire of a glen burnie dentist. jeter is accused of killing a doctor in 2006. his cousin pleaded guilty to murdering the doctor in february. she stole insurance reimbursement checks from her boss. prosecutors in the case say that she was afraid of getting caught, so listed jeter and two other men to kill him $4,000. and in baltimore county, authorities say these two operators of the timonium pain clinic gave out prescriptions for oxycontidone. they said that the need was almost nonexistent and the doctors were hired to write prescriptions for addictive narcotics. but it's not a good idea. but in trial all the facts will be presented. >> more arrests are likely in this case. if you would like to read more about the the investigation into the pain clinic, visit our web site, wbaltv.com. the preakness is not the only big event around the state this weekend. president obama welco
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